Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Suite Dreams at The Standart Hotel in Moscow

The Standart Moscow,
a member of Design Hotels

Last week I arrived in Moscow for a food, art and culture trip, living a #Travelife. With this in mind, I decided to book a stay at a very new hotel in Moscow called The Standart, which is also Russia's first design hotel.

The Standart is a five-star luxury hotel with a great restaurant called Sever Yug that serves the most delicious breakfasts and with a fantastic Decleor spa; but it has a casual vibe and the rooms are a mix of retro, Scandinavian cool, minimalism and classic all in one.


The Standart Moscow,
a member of Design Hotels

I booked a Luxury Suite at The Standart Hotel in Moscow for just over a week, and it's been such a comfortable stay. The entire length of my 80 square meter suite faces Pushkin Square so that the rooms is always bright and cheerful, even on a cloudy day.

The Standart Moscow,
a member of Design Hotels

What I liked best about this Luxury Suite is the layout because it's really user friendly. 

There's a big foyer with a guest bathroom, and then the living room is a very nice size so that you can entertain here or hold business meetings -- or just spend the day reading a book.

Scroll down to

Yes, I'm not the type to be out maximizing the day sightseeing, so I tend to take a few hours off everyday just to relax in the room or to book a spa treatment at the Decleor Spa

And this suite is so perfect for relaxation. I love the living room but I tend to spend most of the time on the giant and incredibly comfortable bed, which has a window that offers a nice view of Pushkin Square and the Pravda news agency.


The Standart Moscow,
a member of Design Hotels

Perhaps the best feature of this really lovely suite is its open plan bathroom. Yes, the bedroom of my suite at The Standart Moscow leads straight to the bathroom, and specifically to the bathtub. Once you get used to the idea of this open plan bathroom, it's really quite nice.

And what a massive bathroom it truly is. There are sinks on opposite sides and a large shower room for two.


The Standart Moscow is also so nicely located so that you are steps away from good restaurants like Cafe Pushkin, and also very near to the Bolshoi Theater. The Kremlin is about a 15-minute stroll down the road.

And Moscow's most famous delicatessen, the Yelisevsky, which has been around for over 100 years, is just around the corner -- so you can pop out for a tin of very good caviar and a bottle of vodka whenever you feel like living a #Travelife.

No comments:

Post a Comment